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Spanning 1,200 kilometers from New Brunswick's Passamaquoddy Bay to Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula, Atlantic Canada stands as a nexus between North America and the North Atlantic Ocean. Its diverse geography, variable climate, and surrounding ocean currents coalesce to create a rich medley of habitats both on the land and in the sea. There are currently eight thousand known species in this little corner of the world, and award-winning nature photographer Scott Leslie has captured a beautiful selection of them on these pages. In Untamed Atlantic Canada, discover the stunning array of animals living in the region from elusive black foxes, to clouds of semi-palmated sandpipers, and endangered right whales through 140 colour images with detailed, narrative captions. This photographic collection is perfect for seasoned naturalists and novice nature lovers alike.
Scott Leslie is an award-winning nature photographer, author, and naturalist living in Bear River, Nova Scotia. Widely published, his work has appeared in The New York Times, National Wildlife, Reader's Digest, National Geographic Publications, Canadian Geographic, and Saltscapes, among others. His previous books covered the natural history of birds, endangered species, and the Bay of Fundy. He also teaches photography workshops.